When we were pulling together a Zine Issue around the theme of ‘Motivation’, we knew we had to include Sally Ride, the first American woman in space.
Bettye Washington Greene was an American industrial research chemist. She is considered an early pioneer for women of colour in science.
Tu Youyou is a Chinese medical scientist, pharmaceutical chemist, and educator best known for discovering a cure for malaria, which saved millions of lives.
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Yi So-yeon is a South Korean astronaut and biotechnologist who became the first Korean to fly in space and third woman to fly in space.
Helen Sharman is a British chemist and astronaut who was the first British citizen to go into space who participated in a mission to the Soviet modular space station Mir in May 1991.
Katie Bouman is the first 29-year-old woman whose work has led to the first black hole photo.
Stemettes were lucky enough to ask Dr Zakiya Whatley a few questions about her career in science so far.
Stemettes were lucky enough to ask Dr Titi Shodiya a few questions about her career in science so far.